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Jul 21, 2012 8:00am PDT
reporter a ama daetz will bring us live reports and tweet updates. >> suspect james holmes has roots in the monterey area. she grandson of a decorated military veteran who taught at the prestigious york school in monterey. his uncle lives in carmel. holmes have never been a member of the armed forces. here is carolyn johnson with more. >> reporter: he grew up in san diego in the upper class community. he placed soccer and then from u.c. riverside with a degree in neuroscience. >> he was an honor student. academically he was at the top of the top. he really distinguished himself from an academic point of view graduating with highest honors. >> it was a different james hol thams showed up at the san diego pawnshop asking for tips about firing a gun. >> i immediately recognized him. when i saw his picture. my first out of my mouth, he looks very familiar. >> i can't understand what turns a young man in this case from being a good student, growing up in a good neighborhood and then going off to school and what happens? i don't know. >> reporter: when he couldn't find a job aft graduating hi
Jul 14, 2012 8:00am PDT
relieve swelling. it's uncertain how much brain damage he suffered. his family believes they used too much for force. >> i don't understand why somebody was asking for help that they end up like this. >> it's a dangerous situation, throng harm themselves with a knife out in public and actually move in an aggressive manner towards the officers. we think they showed great restraint and n crisis they had rather than resorting to deadly force. >> reporter: police are still investigating so we don't have all the facts in the case just yet. family wonders if more could have been done. the dad is going to the neighborhood where it happened and find anybody that may have surveillance video. >> katie: in another case. authorities are reviewing surveillance video what happened when a bicyclist was hit and killed. it happened shortly after 3:30 in downtown berkeley on bancroft way. we were over the scene. police say the victim is a man in his 60s. investigators say the driver of the dump truck unknowingly hit the cyclist and kept going but he returned to the scene after being alerted by a passin
Jul 28, 2012 8:00am PDT
encountering are telling us they feel like they might have been drugged in some manner or put under some type of spell from this physical contact. there is nothing we've been able to confirm. >>> the victims hand over their money, and the criminals take off. there have been dozens of new victims in the past few weeks. more than $250,000 in cash and $90,000 in jewelry have been taken from victims in this recent crime spree. >> facebook's popularity with a billion users made it a great stock when it went public two months ago. since then, they have lost $50 billion, 40% of its value. los angeles times reports that the market is about to be flooded with up to four times the number of shares trading now as rules go preventing facebook employees from selling their shares expire. >> it was supposed to be the most successful new company if decades. >> the long-awaited stock offering. >> most anticipated stock to hit the open market in scleergs the buying and selling of stock was feverish. >> from wall street to hollywood certainly not losing $50 billion. that is what facebook has lost in value since
Jul 7, 2012 8:00am PDT
off flames that came within inches of a fame a us on landmark. why bart will be lifting a hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> the first phase of california's high speed rail project is moving forward with the state senate narrowly approving funding. vote yesterday al oh indicates $8 billion to build the initial segment between madera and bakersfield. you would be able to ride a train between san francisco and los angeles at speeds up to 220 miles an hour. >> now, cal trains zipping down the peninsula, if and when the high speed line, trip from san francisco to los angeles would take about three hours. >> yeah, if the price would right. i absolutely would take the train. >> the first phase of the rail line is up and running. construction could begin next year through the central valley. state senate gave final approval to spend $8 billion to get the project going. passing with the bare minimum number of votes. >> only conclusion i can come to today
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